mysqltuner to tune up my database and I'm running into a very strange occurrence.
Even though the entire database is MyISAM (all tables) it says the following:
[!!] InnoDB data size / buffer pool: 403.1M/128.0M
The default storage engine of the database was InnoDB (even though all tables are MyISAM) so I thought that might be causing the problem somehow but when I changed the default-storage-engine value to MyISAM I still see the same exact InnoDB-related warning in mysqltuner.
So why is this happening and how do I fix it? I'd rather not waste 400M on InnoDB's buffer pool when I'm not using InnoDB to begin with.
Note: What I am NOT trying to do here is discuss the age-old question of MyISAM VS InnoDB, I just need to figure out why InnoDB is eating my resources even though I'm not using it.